Avery Island has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Tracie Travels' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Avery Island had the highest popularity figure in November, 2016.
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[...] up the nest, as spring comes early in these parts. Touring the Tabasco hot sauce factory in Avery Island, Louisiana. Back on the bike, it’s a short run to Morgan City. I then turn west on U.S. Route [...]
[...] National Golf Club in Virginia. Our own Vann Newkirk suggested that Clinton would travel to Avery Island, Louisiana, for the Tabasco Tour. And thanks to Graham Starr for reminding me of the time when [...]
[...] Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra, Perkins Rowe, The Baton Rouge Zoo and Louisiana State Museum. Avery Island. Situated in Iberia Parish, Louisiana, Avery Island is actually a salt dome where houses a [...]
[...] ! After a long drive we arrived at a tiny bridge where we had to pay $1 toll to cross onto Avery Island. Since it was raining, we chose to see the factory first in the hopes that the rain might stop [...]
[...] core and a Philbrook Museum of Art satellite location. Hot debate for prohibited sauce, Avery Island, Louisiana Never mind that it’s sole in some-more than 180 countries and territories and is [...]
[...] other spots in Louisiana might be considered for UNESCO designation someday? John Stubbs sees Avery Island in New Iberia as deserving. “It has a beautiful natural setting, marshes and swamps, along [...]
[...] transparent over a menus of locally sourced food. East of Vermilion, in Iberia parish, sits Avery Island, home of a famous Tabasco bureau given 1868. Every dump of a peppers salsa is strong here in [...]
[...] to outsiders, Tabasco continues to grow the seeds for its peppers on its 2,500-acre plot on Avery Island in southern Louisiana, eventually sending them to farmers in South America, Central America [...]